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Fabregas Sets His Sights On Title

Fabregas Sets His Sights On Title

'I believe this team can fight for the title.' Those are the words of would-be Arsenal captain, Cesc Fabregas.

Don't forget them, because if he is the man lifting The Premiership for Arsenal come May, they'll go down in the history book.

The Spanish youngster would seem to be on a charm offensive with manager Arsene Wenger, as he bids to become one of Arsenal's youngets ever captains.

Of course there are three teams who the bookies say have a better chance of winning the league, but that hasn't stopped Arsenal in the past, so why should it now?

Cesc knows that and even said as much to The News of The World: 'While I respect the decisions of Henry and Ljungberg, I believe this team can fight for the title.

'The Premiership favourites are the same as last year - Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool and us.

'And if we begin as a force, I do not discard the chance of Arsenal winning the title.'

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Writer:Nick Simmonett
Date:Sunday July 29 2007
Time: 2:23PM

Comments

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Damn right Cescy boy. He has to stay another 2 years for that tho :D What a shame :)
Goofle
29/07/2007 14:30:00
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after that first half of football all critics should now shutthe feck up...
mish
29/07/2007 17:12:00
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thierry who???????? RVP is superman
mish
29/07/2007 18:07:00
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van persies goal is one for the highlight reels. that was a complete display from THE ARSENAL. our pre-season is almost complete and our match sharpness is very good. a goal from midfield as well...its all coming together.
anonymous
29/07/2007 18:19:00
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too true, RVP is the dogs knackers, naughty goal... really impressed with hleb also,hes beginning to show his class again,the only player ım concerned about is gallas,has he become the new campbell? i mean solid display,reads the game well and very commited,but one lapse of concentration,one mistake and we are punished
fran merida
29/07/2007 18:36:00
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WHAT A BRILLIANT GOAL BY RVP ! 20+ THIS SEASON 4 SURE !!! eboue played very well in the rm spot.....sagna was brilliant today !!
HENRY`14
29/07/2007 18:36:00
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The whole team played fantastically today, aside from Hleb and RVP...Gibbs was a worthy mention as well...and Flamini didn't look out of place either...now for Lazio this Thursday...
jess_farenesh
29/07/2007 18:44:00
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anyone know where to go for footage of RvP'S Goal?
JakeB
29/07/2007 19:39:00
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Well done lads, did'nt let their heads drop when they were all over Inter like a rash yet still went behind with their only srike on target AGAIN!!, although Inter did'nt really show up full marks to the kids that played em off the park, blinding bullet from RVP and nice to see Hleb rewarded with a goal 2.
nikolaijns
29/07/2007 19:44:00
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not sure where you can watch streaming but you can download highlignhts here http://www.zshare.net/download/2897805b2205cc/
anonymous
30/07/2007 00:24:00
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